Self-Paced Online Beginner Photoshop Course

Photoshop can be overwhelming at first. For many tasks multiple techniques exist to achieve your desired result. After researching a lot of the available tutorials and courses, I noticed that many of them were "jam packed" with several hours of videos and endless paragraphs of text. I've found this is often overkill and confusing! Tutorials are a great tool, but the best way to learn Photoshop is to get into the program and work on images. 

This course gets you into Photoshop and working right away. You will have access to every raw file used in the tutorials, so you can work along with the lessons, which were designed from the techniques I have learned and developed over eight years of working with Photoshop. 

Each lesson in the course includes; a video tutorial, written instruction, and an assignment which upon completion will be followed up with feedback from the instructor. I don't just take your money and leave you to fend for yourself. The course also comes with online support, in which I will promptly respond to any issue you're having. 

All tutorials were created with Photoshop CC 2015.5, which was released in June 2016, so you won't be using old information or looking at out of date interfaces. View the course syllabus here. 

"5 Stars! Jason's course is well put together, easy to follow and to the point. Whether you are just now transitioning into shooting raw or you have been making edits in camera raw for a while, you can expect to make significant improvements in your photo editing. 

Camera Raw editing and Photoshop editing (something i steered clear of because it was daunting before the course) are covered clearly and concisely. Some of the smaller tips and tricks you will learn in Photoshop (post camera raw editing) will absolutely bring your images alive and add dimension to the photos. 

I cannot recommend this enough and if you have any doubts just look at my recent edits vs my edits after his courses!
Thanks Jason! 2017 storm season just got a lot more exciting!"
-Dan Smith